2/18/2013 - Mate in 2


  • 3 years ago · #261

    sohrab8

    i can't see the puzzle!!

  • 3 years ago · #262

    eleanor-the-great

    Where did the pieces go?

  • 3 years ago · #263

    ReyRambler1960

    Where are the pieces?

  • 3 years ago · #264

    bondegnasker

    Gil-Gandel wrote:
    tester71 wrote:

    I never realized there's a mate in two on an empty board...

    There is! The setup goes like this:

    Black has removed his King from the board when he should not have done so. He volunteers to make amends by replacing his King where it was, and then moving as White directs. White accepts and then (after Black has moved) mates in two.

     

    Solution: White was castling Queenside when Black removed his King from b3 (the empty board is a snapshot of the moment when all three pieces have been picked up). White completes castling and directs Black to play ...Ka2. It is then mate in two by 1. Rd3, Ka1; 2. Ra3#

    Brilliant - thumbs up!

  • 3 years ago · #265

    Dead-Eye

    PUT SOME FREAKIN PEICES ON THE BOARD!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • 3 years ago · #266

    RioBRChess

    tester71 wrote:
    Gil-Gandel wrote:
    tester71 wrote:

    I never realized there's a mate in two on an empty board...

    There is! The setup goes like this:

    Black has removed his King from the board when he should not have done so. He volunteers to make amends by replacing his King where it was, and then moving as White directs. White accepts and then (after Black has moved) mates in two.

     

    Solution: White was castling Queenside when Black removed his King from b3 (the empty board is a snapshot of the moment when all three pieces have been picked up). White completes castling and directs Black to play ...Ka2. It is then mate in two by 1. Rd3, Ka1; 2. Ra3#

    Brilliant - thumbs up!

    Indeed, brilliant!

  • 3 years ago · #267

    ChessHorse2002

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  • 3 years ago · #268

    kohai

    Sorry about this :(


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